Hello everyone! I’m so happy to finally write in my blog again after not posting for more than a month. I apologize for not updating you all! Last December, I was loaded with school works so I haven’t really found the time to blog. Nonetheless, I hope everyone of you had a good time celebrating the past holidays! For today’s post, I’ll be sharing my 2021 planners!
My 2021 Planners
I only have three planners to share so this might not be exciting but I’m sharing it anyway! I actually want to have a few more but I’m already having a problem on what to write in the other planners so I guess three is enough. Besides, I want to maximize the use of my planners instead of just storing them in my bookshelf.
Here are my planners! Let’s get unto them one by one!
1. Viviamo’s 2021 Essentials Planner – Classic
When I first saw this planner, I immediately fell in love. Most of the times, I choose to be minimal in my journal designs, or even in my art illustrations. This planner was the perfect one for me and I just love how simple it is! Let’s take a look inside!
What made me invest the most in this planner is the weekly calendar spread, as I like to design my own weekly spreads! Sometimes I list my to-do for the week simply and sometimes I use my time blocking template! If you have seen my December 2020 Journal Setup, you’ll have a clue on how I do time block designs in my journal! Having a dotted weekly calendar spread makes me free to design it, that’s why I love it so much! As of now, I haven’t really used it yet and you’ll know why later on!
I have decided to use this as my primary planner to get things done!
I purchased my planner in Crazy About Paper. Check it out!
2. Mercury Drug’s Planner 2021
I received this one as a gift from my mom’s friend, and I’m so grateful! I have always wanted to own a planner from Mercury Drug and this is my first one! I love the planner’s cover page design and color! Let’s take a look at some of its pages!
This planner has a lot of beauty inside and it has journaling prompts all throughout! The Spark Change page is just one of them. I love how fancy it is, although I really wish they used dotted instead of lined pages. Nevertheless, I still love it and this would be good for reflections or something! I don’t intend to use this as my planner so this is going to be much more of a journal instead.
3. My Own Journal
It’s just a plain grid notebook from Veco! I have a lot of notebooks like this because it’s also what I use for my note-taking. I really love Veco’s paper quality, so while I was waiting for my 2021 Classic Essentials planner to arrive, I’ve used my Veco notebook instead.
Here’s some of my journal spreads!
As you can see, I’ve made my January cover page colorful and fancy, as I want my year to be a lot more better than the last one. I know that we still don’t know what’s going to happen, but it’s all up to us on how we turn things around for our betterment. I’ve put a lot of leaves reaching the moon and stars which is the light so it basically means to just grow more and reach the light this year.
The next one is my weekly spread and I’ve made it really simple but focused. I have managed to do all my tasks properly because of it and now, I’m having the time to blog. I’m so happy.
And that’s all for my 2021 planners! I hope you enjoyed this post! I missed you guys a lot and I really hope you all had a good time celebrating the holidays. I may be late to say this, but I’m wishing all of you a better and fruitful new year. Everything’s up to us to make things better!
How are you guys? Please let me know in the comments! I’d love to chat!